quarrels between the villagers ot Peda-PasarnU aud parly
for the possession of the lan^s of these deserted ayrshZras.
Xiiifiyai vf Pt£>i'Pi*»$ula: £.8, 9, p. 177.
After Ramaraja, together with hi* army, -vras annihilated
at the junction of the Krsiia and the Halap&harf, the whole
country was conquered by the Zfltccka*. The country became
ruined. Owing to the absence of proper government, the
depredations 01 the falaigars became great causing1 miicli
misery to the people. The village remained in n ruinous state
till S S. 1490. When sardar Sher Khan hei-vrr.i; the sultdar of
Xdavani under the Bijapur Padusaah, L« granted lease deeds to
the Gau'j and Samihhfyja »?f Tunifci.i!a and taroujh them
caused people to repopnlate the village aud cultivate the land
again, after fixing the grain rent to be paid by them.
Ksn£$3t of Tu*i$3\a,m: L*j?» 8, pp. 8-fi>.
190t.«). THE SIEGE OF ADOXI BY DAULAT KHAN.
At the time of Raroaraya's death, Koi^eti Koudamaraju the
son of Bainaraja's elder brother, K^uaiarajii, was in the fort of
S,davani with an army. Then Sakkara Daulat Khan, a vazlr
of Bahadur Shah of BijapSr. marched with his army, and
besieged the fort of Adavari for two yeitiv and three months.
Then in 6.8. 1489* Fasali ;I76, the fort was surrendered, and
Kondamaraja was given Penugonda which he occupied.
191. SADASIVA'S RULE AFTER RAK^VSI-TANGIDI.
After the Padushahs of Deccan slew Aliya Eamaraja,
Sada^ivaraya ruled the country for six years.
The Muhammadans annexed some territory in the west;
they set up the throne of the Ray;!, and having jiven some
* A. H. 9761% no 4"rtot the correct late of the riego of XdavSn?: but the eorr**-
ponding 5aka year is not 1489 but 1490,